Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Timothée Chalamet Promises Salary From Woody Allen Film to Charity


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The money will go to groups fighting sexual abuse and harassment. The actor is one in a series of Hollywood figures distancing themselves from the director.

Should Prostitution Be a Crime?


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A growing movement of sex workers and activists is making the decriminalization of sex work a feminist issue.

Monday, January 15, 2018

Catherine Deneuve Apologizes to Victims after Denouncing #MeToo


By ANNA CODREA-RADO via NYT Movies
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“I fraternally salute all women victims of odious acts,” the French actress said, while adding that she stood by her previous statement.

Sunday, January 14, 2018

Who’s Who in ‘The Post’: A Guide to the Players in a Pivotal Era


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The newspaper drama revolves around the Pentagon Papers and other real-life events. But how much is real? We sort fact from fiction.

‘Jumanji’ Tops Box Office for a Second Week


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The sequel starring Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson has now made $283 million domestically, while “The Commuter” saw disappointing totals.

Saturday, January 13, 2018

Review: Christopher Plummer Dominates ‘All the Money in the World’


By MANOHLA DARGIS via NYT Movies
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Mr. Plummer, who replaced Kevin Spacey in the role of J. Paul Getty, is magnetic in the film, which recounts the 1973 kidnapping of his grandson.

2018 Golden Globe Nominations: Full List


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A complete list of the nominees for the 2018 Golden Globe awards.

Review: In ‘Proud Mary,’ Taraji P. Henson Is a Hit Woman With a Soft Spot


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Babak Najafi directed this action thriller that aims to carry on the tradition of films like “Foxy Brown.” Danny Glover also stars.

Friday, January 12, 2018

Review: In ‘The Post,’ Democracy Survives the Darkness


By MANOHLA DARGIS via NYT Movies
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Steven Spielberg’s film about the Pentagon Papers is a ticktock thriller that pits freedom of the press — and a tough woman — against the White House.

Review: A Man and a Woman (and Another Woman) in ‘Lover for a Day’


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In Philippe Garrel’s drama, a 23-year-old woman moves in with her father and his 23-year-old girlfriend. Complications ensue.

Review: ‘Darkest Hour,’ or the Great Man Theory of History (and Acting)


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Gary Oldman plays Winston Churchill in Joe Wright’s drama about the early days of World War II.

The Rock ’n’ Roll Casualty Who Became a War Hero


By CLAY TARVER via NYT Magazine
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Jason Everman was kicked out of two bands that went on to incredible fame. Then his life became even more interesting.

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Review: Daniel Day-Lewis Sews Up Another Great Performance in ‘Phantom Thread’


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Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest film is a luxuriant love story set in 1950s London.

Review: In ‘The Insult,’ the Dispute Is Personal. And Political.


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Lebanon’s energetic Oscar entry is the story of a quarrel that escalates into greater conflict.

Women’s Accusations Follow James Franco After Golden Globes


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Mr. Franco’s victory on Sunday became a flash point for women who came forward to say Mr. Franco sexually exploited them or behaved inappropriately.

The Reckoning: Women and Power in the Workplace


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Essays and art from Jenna Wortham, Ruth Franklin, Vivian Gornick, Parul Sehgal, Heidi Julavits, Paula Scher, Olivia Locher, Amber Vittoria and more.

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

The Best Movies of 2017


By MANOHLA DARGIS and A.O. SCOTT via NYT Movies
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Our chief film critics on their favorite pictures of the year.

Debra Messing, Eva Longoria Chastise E! on Gender Pay Inequity on Live TV


By DANIEL VICTOR via NYT Movies
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The actresses said they stood with Catt Sadler, who left her job as an E! network host because she said her male colleague was paid more for the same work.

Tonya Harding Would Like Her Apology Now


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In the movie, “I, Tonya,” the disgraced figure skater looks back on the 1994 Nancy Kerrigan scandal and her struggles to tell her side of the story.

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

After Globes, Women Declare Success. But What About the Men?


By CARA BUCKLEY via NYT Movies
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Several men who didn’t speak about Times Up in acceptance speeches said it was time to “shut up and listen.”

Why Are Our Most Important Teachers Paid the Least?


By JENEEN INTERLANDI via NYT Magazine
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Many preschool teachers live on the edge of financial ruin. Would improving their training — and their pay — improve outcomes for their students?

Monday, January 8, 2018

The Best and Worst of the Golden Globes


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From a rousing Oprah Winfrey to silent men who didn’t speak out about sexual harassment, it was a night of highs and lows at the first major awards ceremony of the #MeToo moment.

The Golden Globes Get (Halfway) Woke


By JAMES PONIEWOZIK via NYT Movies
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There was consensus from the stage and dissonance on the red carpet in a broadcast that was half party, half protest.